Calif.-based band to perform at Lyon College | Arts & Culture
BATESVILLE, Ark. (KTHV) - As part of the band's national tour, Lillie Lemon will be making a stop in Batesville, Ark. on Wednesday, March 2.
Bringing their music to the masses, the nine-month stretch of shows was plotted completely by the Monterey, Calif.-based band.The band started as the solo recording project of Lille Lemon (songwriting/vocals) on the shores of Lake Michigan. While pursuing a degree in Creative Writing, Lemon relocated to the sunny bay of Monterey, CA. It was there, in 2011, that Lemon crossed paths with Erica Wobbles (keys/rhythm/production), a classically trained instrumentalist with a self-taught understanding of synthesizers and electronic music. After seeing each other at several open mic nights, Lemon and Wobbles decided to collaborate and found they creatively complimented one another. Together, the two combine acoustic instrumentation with electro-pop production, crafting soundscapes in line with contemporary acts such as CHVRCHES and Passion Pit.
Lillie Lemon calls the duo’s music “self-deprecating synthpop with a dark sense of humor and upbeat sounding dance tunes.” The group’s lyrical content centers around the current state of human existence and a raw examination of the flaws of oneself.
Lillie Lemon is currently on their third major tour with plans for 150 performances over 9 months.
For more information, contact Michael Mehalick at firstname.lastname@example.org.